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Volume 29, Issue 12C - Dec 2004
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Proposal and Evaluation of Ultra High Speed Wireless Cell Backbone Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 151~157
In this paper, we investigated ultra high speed wireless communication cell backbone net of city using of wireless communication transceiver for millimeter wave band. A new type of 60GHz wave band wireless transceiver using NRD waveguide. This 60㎓ transceiver has excellent signal's absorption characteristics of oxygen molecule than the other millimeter wave bands. We constructed to wireless networks interval within 500m to 3km on wireless backbone node using 60GHz transceivers, and did it so that city type wireless communication cell backbone networks of 155.52MbpsATM(OC-3) may be possible. Therefore, if use transceiver, it is possible that city type ultra high speed wireless communication cell backbone networks construction of 100Mbps, 155.52Mbps, 622Mbps, 1Gbps, and 1.2Gbps degrees.
A Parallel Multiple Hashing Architecture for IP Address Lookup
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 158~166
Address lookup is one of the most essential functions of the Internet routers and a very important feature in evaluating router performance. Due to the facts that the Internet traffic keeps growing and the number of routing table entries is continuously growing, efficient address-lookup mechanism is indispensable. In recent years, various fast address-lookup schemes have been proposed, but most of those schemes are not practical in terms of the memory size required for routing table and the complexity required in table update In this paper, we have proposed a parallel IP address lookup architecture based on multiple hashing. The proposed scheme has advantages in required memory size, the number of memory accesses, and table update. We have evaluated the performance of the proposed scheme through simulation using data from MAE-WEST router. The simulation result shows that the proposed scheme requires a single memory access for the address lookup of each route when 203kbytes of memory and a few-hundred-entry TCAM are used.
The 60㎓ Transceiver Development for 155.52Mbps ATM Signal Transmission using NRD Waveguide
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 167~173
This paper reports on the development of a 60㎓ wide bandwidth wireless transceiver using NRD waveguide. We fabricated a wireless transceiver using NRD waveguide, which consists of a 3 dB directional coupler, a bandpass filter, a Gunn oscillator, an ASK modulator, and a Balanced Mixer. The new transceiver is capable of transmitting an output power of 10mW to a distance of more than 1 Km, operating in 60㎓ frequency and bandwidth of 2㎓. The value of BER reached approximately 10 when the transceiver was tested at the 155.52Mbps ATM(OC 3) at the communication distance of 1 km. It demonstrated an impressively stable transmission feature of BER l0
even in the heavy rainfall.
De facto standard in Information Communication Techology
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 174~182
Recently, the comparative gap of technology and product has been decreased in the global market, and the globalization has been extended rapidly. Industries try to get de facto standard as the global standard. De facto standard has become a standard not because it has been approved by a standards organization but because it is widely used and recognized by the industry as being standard. Advanced countries already have their own organizations under the government, and they cooperate tightly with companies. As a result, we also try to have the organization and build the good relationship between companies and the government to get de facto standard in the global market.
Efficient Internet Traffic Engineering based on Shortest Path Routing
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 183~191
Single shortest path routing is known to perform poorly for Internet traffic engineering (TE) where the typical optimization objective is to minimize the maximum link load. Splitting traffic uniformly over equal cost multiple shortest paths in OSPF and IS-IS does not always minimize the maximum link load when multiple paths are not carefully selected for the global traffic demand matrix. However, among all the equal cost multiple shortest paths in the network, a set of TE-aware shortest paths, which reduces the maximum link load significantly, can be found and used by IP routers without any change of existing routing protocols and serious configuration overhead. While calculating TE-aware shortest paths. the destination-based forwarding constraint at a node should be satisfied, because an IP router will forward a packet to the next-hop toward the destination by looking up the destination prefix. In this paper, we present a problem formulation of finding a set of TE-aware shortest paths in ILP, and propose a simple heuristic for the problem. From the simulation results, it is shown that TE-aware shortest path routing performs better than default shortest path routing and ECMP in terms of the maximum link load with the marginal configuration overhead of changing the next-hops.
ADesign and Implementation of Policy-based Network Management System for Internet QoS Support Mobile IP Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 192~202
In this paper we have proposed policy-based network management system architecture for Internet QoS support Mobile IP networks that is divided into four layers(application layer, information management layer, policy control layer, device layer), then we propose an implementation strategy of policy-based network management system to enforce various control and network management operations and a model of policy server using SCOPS(Simple Common Open Policy Service) protocol that is developed in this research. For policy-based mobile IP network management system implementation, we have derived four policy classes(access control, mobile IP operation, QoS control, and network monitoring) and we showed operation procedures for each policy scenarios. Finally we have implemented Internet QoS support policy-based mobile IP network testbed and management system and verified out DiffServ policy enforcement behaviors for a target class service that is arranged a specific bandwidth on network congestion conditions.
Drop Policy Considering Performance of TCP in Optical Burst Switching Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 203~209
In OBS networks, the burst dropping due to contention significantly affects the performance of TCP, but existing drop policies have not considered this problem and researches related to TCP have been mainly studied on burst assembling. We propose the drop policy considering retransmission of TCP to improve the performance of TCP in OBS networks. The proposed drop policy is the Retransmission Count-based DP that regards retransmission count of bursts as priority when it selects dropping burst. This paper evaluates the performance of RC-based DP model and general DP model using ns-2. The metrics of performance evaluation are TCP throughput, maximum sequence number of received TCP packets and drop rate of packet as simulation time increases.
A Scheme for Supporting Fast Handover Effectively in a Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Architecture
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 210~216
This paper propose a new structure and procedure that provides fast handover for moving users, who are using real-time applications, in next generation IP networks. This paper also show the excellency of proposed scheme with the delay analysis. The analysis shows that the delay of proposed scheme is lower than existing methods, especially in the situation where the delay between MAP and AR is considerable.
A Fitness Verification of Time Series Models for Network Traffic Predictions
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 217~227
With a rapid growth in the Internet technology, the network traffic is increasing swiftly. As for the increase of traffic, it had a large influence on performance of a total network. Therefore, a traffic management became an important issue of network management. In this paper, we study a forecast plan of network traffic in order to analyze network traffic and to establish efficient correspondence. We use time series forecast models and determine fitness whether the model can forecast network traffic exactly. In order to predict a model, AR, MA, ARMA, and ARIMA must be applied. The suitable model can be found that can express the nature of traffic for the forecast among these models. We determines whether it is satisfied with stationary in the assumption step of the model. The stationary can get the results by using ACF(Auto Correlation Function) and PACF(Partial Auto Correlation Function). If the result of this function cannot satisfy then the forecast model is unsuitable. Therefore, we are going to get the correct model that is to satisfy stationary assumption. So, we proposes a way to classify in order to get time series materials to satisfy stationary. The correct prediction method is managed traffic of a network with a way to be better than now. It is possible to manage traffic dynamically if it can be used.
System Dynamics Approach, to Demand and Supply of Information Security Manpower
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 228~239
Information Security industry in Korea is growing rapidly but is confronted with many challenges in business environment. One of the worst hardships is the mismatch in the demand and supply of manpower. Thus the government is developing a manpower policy to relieve the situation. To suggest policy implications, this study analyzes the demand and supply of Information Security manpower in the systematic and behavioral point of views. Using System Dynamics approach, we formulate a model to analyze the demand and supply of Information Security manpower. Finally we simulate the model and interpret the results.
Effective IPv6 Address Allocation Mechanism in All IP Wireless Networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 240~249
For the effective IP-based service implementation in the wireless network environment, involvement of IP-related technologies in wireless networks is inevitable and globally unique IPv6 address allocation to the mobile node has become an important issue. In the 3GPP's address allocation mechanism, IPv6 address allocation procedure is performed by the GGSN, which is normally located far from the mobile nodes. This causes IPv6 address allocation time delay and traffics to be longer and increased in the core network, respectively. In this paper, we propose a new IPv6 address allocation mechanism that is performed by Node B located in RAN. The proposed IPv6 address allocation mechanism can provide IPv6 addresses to mobile nodes within a more reduced time than existing 3GPP's IPv6 address allocation mechanism, and co-operates with existing mechanism as an overlay model to improve reliability of wireless networks. And, for implementation of the proposed address allocation mechanism, it needs not to change the structure of current wireless networks except for the some functional addendum of Node B.
A Flow Control Scheme for the QoS Improvement of Multi-Service using IPv6 Hop-by-Hop Option Header
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 250~262
In IPv6 environment, the Internet Telephony, VoD(Video on Demand) and high capacity file exchange service will be more increased than IPv4. Therefore, the strict guarantee of QoS based on End-to-End and differentiated quality control schemes are simultaneously required. This paper proposes the flow control schemes on IPv6 network that the traffic is identified by flow and the QoS of multi-service is improved by QoS information in IPv6 hop-by-hop option header. The object of flow control includes not only non-default QoS traffic, which uses the flow label, but also best-effort or encrypted traffic. Therefore, the guarantee of real-time service is strengthened and the flow, which abuses unnecessarily the network resources, is effectively controlled. Also, this paper proposes the mapping scheme between the flow and MPLS by reflecting the minimum change of the existed network resource and the status of backbone network of ISP(Internet Service Provider). In the simulation result, It is shown that the proposed scheme is effective in the side of QoS on real-time services and utilization of backbone resources.
A Rate-Based Buffer Management Algorithm to Improve TCP Performance over ATM networks
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 263~271
In this paper, we proposed a new buffer management algorithm using perVC-Queuing discipline. Proposed algorithm uses service rate estimation and assigns dynamic perVC threshold to each VCs. Service rate estimation and dynamic perVC threshold combined with global threshold provide nearly optimal throughput and improve fairness performance of network resource among GFR VCs as well as guarantee MCR of all VCs. From simulation results, we demonstrate the proposed scheme fulfills the requirement of GFR service as well as improves the TCP throughput.
The Design of ONU and OLT for Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation on Ethernet PON
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 272~278
The EPON has been actively studied as one of the access networks for the economic configuration of FTTH. The EPON must support the dynamic bandwidth allocation to the subscribers in order to support the QoS due to its base on Ethernet technology. EFM SG, which is actively working for the standardization of EPON, also recently decided to select DBA. Therefore in this paper, we designed a ONU buffer scheduling algorithm (AIWFQ) and a scheme of DBA(Class-based FCFS) for the OLT suitable for embodying MPCP of the EPON. In this paper, we proposed methods that the EPON system can make use of by measuring end to end process delay time and the buffer size in order to implement the algorithm by using the OPNET.
Emerging P2P Traffic Analysis and Modeling
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 279~288
Rapidly emerging P2P(Peer to Peer) applications generate very bursty traffic, which gives a lot of burden to network, and the amount of such traffic is increasing rapidly. Thus it is becoming more important to understand the characteristics of such traffic and reflect it when we design and analyze the network. To do that we measured the traffic in a campus network and present flow statistics and traffic models of the measured traffic, and compare them with those of the web traffic. The results indicate that P2P traffic is much burstier than web traffic and as a result it negatively affects network performance. We modeled P2P traffic using self-similar traffic model to predict packet delay and loss occurred in network which are very important to evaluate network performance. We also predict queue length distribution and loss probability in SSQ(Single Sewer Queue). To assess accuracy of traffic model, we compare the SSQ statistics of traffic models with that of the traffic trace. The results show that self-similar traffic models we use can predict P2P traffic behavior in network precisely. It is expected that the traffic models we derived can be used when we design network capacity and predict network performance and QoS of the P2P applications.
Design and Implementation of XML Authoring Tool for Digital Document on M-Commerce: X-Auth
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 29, issue 2B, 2004, Pages 289~298
Recently, mobile commerce is widely spread around the world according to fast growth of the mobile communication market. The existing digital document is not well fit in mobile commerce because of weakness of the hardware of mobile devices, low bandwidth of wireless communication, and the constraints of the size and resolution of the display. In this paper, we analyzed the elements of the digital document proper for mobile commerce based on wireless communication, designed the XML form for the digital document, and implemented the X-Auth which is an authoring tool for the XML digital document. X-Auth does not require that the author or user know XML. And also it makes it possible to create the digital document fit for the size of the mobile device display and therefore remove inconvenience due to the scrolls.